The Arab and Berber Moors, who controlled Ibiza for over 400 years and founded the town of Santa Eularia, were responsible for building many of the irrigation systems that farmed its beautiful countryside. One of the finest examples of their legacy can be found at, Es Broll de Buscastell, in the municipality of San Antonio, not far from the fashionable Can Tixedó Bar known for the random artistic paintings hanging from its whitewashed walls. Two of the islands best know vineyards Sa Cova and Can Rich are located close by. The flowing waters of Ibiza are said to possess the energy of the islands revered Goddess Tanit and the nearby Pou de Forada still plays host to ancient ritual dances and ceremonies linked to Tanit worship. Spring is a great time to visit the area, as the recently shot video above clearly shows, the small fertile valley is in full bloom.